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3 Ways Instagram Can Grow Your Business

February 12, 2016 | Jennifer Nini


While most businesses understand the need to have a Facebook page, many businesses still aren’t convinced of the benefits of being on Instagram. And yet despite the slow uptake from some in the business camp, other businesses are reaping the rewards of acting quickly and having an Instagram presence. Considering that Instagram is the fastest growing […]

Are You Programming Yourself For What You Want…or Don’t Want?

February 11, 2016 | Sue Lester

What you think is what you will get

Whether you are aware of it or not, every moment of every day, with every thought and feeling you have, you are programming yourself.  Consider for a moment what you’ve been thinking or feeling about already today… whatever you were focussing on is on it’s way. (‘Oops!’ or ‘Yay!’ ?) So were you focussed on […]

Twitter Tips: What To Post on Twitter For Major Impact

January 27, 2016 | Corinna Essa

Branding on Twitter

With 350,000 tweets being posted every minute on Twitter, standing out from all the noise can become challenging. However, once you master Twitter tips such as how to write tweets so they are eye catching and engaging, you will easily unlock all the benefits of using Twitter for marketing. Tweets are short messages posted on […]

5 Rules For An Effective Conversation About Money

January 22, 2016 | Marisa Hoffenberg

Using an independent financial planner is important to effectively discuss your finances.

In any game there are rules of play. In the relationship game there are 5 simple rules to have an effective conversation about money (or any highly charged and emotional subject). Set aside time for the discussion – without interruption Keep emotional baggage out of the conversation Take the time to listen to and understand […]

The Psychology of Selling

January 15, 2016 | Pix Jonasson

Sales lessons learnt on the retail floor.

I recently had the opportunity to be a Brand Ambassador for a Supermarket. Ok… so it was demonstrating and promoting branded Iced Fruit Cake and Fruit Mince Tarts!! However, I made a conscious effort to make the 2 x 4 hour shifts standing on my feet, near the 4 degree fridge worthwhile. What I noticed […]

Are You a Reluctant Communicator?

December 18, 2015 | Kylie Warry

Communicating Issues

Are you a Reluctant Communicator?  Reluctant Communicators tend to avoid difficult topics or anything they feel may bring potential conflict.  In terms of the 4 Broad Communication styles, there are two style that tend to be more reluctant, they are the Stabilising communicator and the Conscientious or Analytical communicator.  These two styles are the most […]

‘Tis The Time of Giving…but Not Until You Bleed!

December 17, 2015 | Sue Lester

Use these tips to avoid the stress factor of Christmas.

The Christmas festive season is such an emotionally charged time for so many people.  On one hand you see all the happy family images in advertising, plus your dreams of a happy loving family & recharging holiday, and on the other hand you have reality.  Rushing here and rushing there, spend, spend, spend, more mouths […]

Rejuvenate and Empower With Fabulous Feedback

December 10, 2015 | Sally Dooley

The holiday season is the perfect time to connect and give your team feedback

At this time of year, Christmas fever sets in and focus starts to wander. Your team can easily slip into cruise mode and lose valuable momentum. Successful leaders notice the shift and proactively seek to lift the energy and focus to keep momentum moving in the right direction. Harnessing the power of feedback is a […]

LinkedIn Does The Hardwork For You

December 3, 2015 | Robyn Henderson

Research is very important but understanding the findings is more valuable. LinkedIn are constantly researching the market and sharing their findings.

I love LinkedIn – they are continually sharing information based on analysis of their data. As you know data is only useful if you can translate it into useful information. According to the Weekend Australian October 24-25, 2015 – LinkedIn’s 2015 job switchers’ survey has found 39% of professionals are unsatisfied with their work environment […]

How to Adapt Your Communication for Better Results

December 1, 2015 | Vicki Writer

Listening to others' communication style and adapting yours accordingly is vital to make a connection.

We are 100% responsible for all of our outcomes. As teachers, trainers, speakers, coaches, sales people and parents – we are responsible for every single outcome that we produce. If the client, the student, our son or daughter doesn’t get what it is we are talking about- that is not their fault. That is our […]